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They are certainly better trained than some people I know! :D
 
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I was going through the documents of the boys that have past away and i found this photo of Bracken just after we brought him home. I remember it was March and it had been snowing.
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Very nice blankets@DirtMechanic
I've done some for Barley and Berry.
Becky calls them cat afghans. I could never be that detailed, but they might get some towels or something like an old soft sweater. B is a little advanced in her detail levels. Witness the den cleaning result of finding lost cat toys under the various furniture. She keeps me organized too.

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My gardening buddy! After bring cooped up all winter, he is happy to be able to bask in the sun again. Except today cuz it's raining.
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Apparently it's not a planter, it's a cat bed. Luckily the plants I was trying to grow I there were for him anyway: catnip and lemongrass! Maybe he could smell it even though it was only 1/4" tall.

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This is Jack, whose full titled name is GP RW Posiepurrs Jacaranda. I have bred silver and golden Persians in the past and I show them. 20121209_23.JPGIMG_3144 (2).JPGThis is Sterling, my new boy. I do have other Persians, but I won't bore you with the photos. I also have two dogs, a sheltie and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. IMG_1149.JPGNick and lastly, Riley.IMG_3087 (2).JPG
 
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Rango in the hickory nut bowl
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We lost a hickory in the back yard and Becky had me cut it into wood turning blanks for a one legged artist she knows, and she trucked it to him. In appreciation he gave her a turned bowl from the tree that has embedded and polished hickory nuts around it.
 
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